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Order Home Services in Saint Louis, MO: Gas & Electric Utilities
St Louis receives its electrical power from Union Electric Company, officially known as AmerenUE. Providing power to well over 1 million customers in the area, St Louis residents enjoy rates well below the national average.
Natural gas is distributed to St Louis and the surrounding area by Laclede Gas Company. Currently serving over 600, 000 customers, Laclede Gas Company also maintains an underground gas storage field, a propane storage cavern and propane vaporization facilities.
Two more companies that can help Saint Louis homeowners are Broadview Security and Security Choice. Both companies offer home security systems with 24 hour home security monitoring, 7 days a week. Most insurance companies will even offer up to 20% off your homeowner's insurance policy just for having a home security system. Enter your address in the "Find Services" box at the top of the page to see which security systems are available in St Louis.
Moving to Saint Louis, Missouri
St Louis, the "Gateway City", has successfully made the transition from a city primarily focused on manufacturing to a modern research district. Home to several medical research and manufacturing facilities, St Louis has benefited from the recent convergence of the medical and scientific communities with 13 hospitals, including Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children's Hospital.
However, St Louis still has its hand in manufacturing. There are rail car plants, car plants, and most recently, St Louis welcomed several Boeing projects. The Boeing Phantom Works, the research and development arm of the aircraft manufacturer, is joined by the Boeing Integrated Defense Systems unit and the manufacturing of the F/A-18 Super Hornet, F-15 Eagle, and the JDAM smart bombs.
As the "Gateway City", St Louis has something to offer just about everyone. Whether you're just moving to St Louis or if you'd just like to make sure you've got the best deal. Enter your address in the "Find Services" box at the top of the page and let us help you set up your new home phone, digital TV, and cable or DSL Internet connections. Online set up is free and all plans are back by our Best Price Guarantee. More information on St Louis is available at the St Louis Community Information Network.
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